Quote# 130396

[Why are het and het-partnered women so threatened by lesbians?]

Because lesbians are a reminder that they choose to fuck, love, and serve the male oppressor. Lesbians represent the fact that heterosexuality is not inevitable for women, that it’s ultimately a choice and one that most women make in exchange for the rewards male society doles out rather than any kind of transcendent, blissful experience of romantic love and partnership (lol).

Lesbians–and I speak primarily of the feminist population here–are the real threat to male power. Het women can claim to want the end of patriarchy and male misogyny, but usually, all they really want is to make heterosexuality more comfortable for themselves. If patriarchy ended–and it never will–that would mean no more het status and privilege for het women and no more lesbian oppression. I think het women know that on some level, however unconscious. They hate that lesbians crack the foundation of het male power and domination upon which het women’s own privilege within the oppressive system is built.

saltandthemoon, Tumblr 9 Comments [8/10/2017 3:39:53 PM]
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Lesbians represent the fact that heterosexuality is not inevitable for women, that it’s ultimately a choice

TFW moonbats start repeating right-wing bullshit:

8/10/2017 4:15:21 PM

The Reptilian Jew


8/10/2017 4:55:55 PM

Insult to Rocks

"But what about bisexual people?"
"They're a myth! A dirty lie! Vagina's are the one TRUE genitalia, and all women know it!"

8/10/2017 6:06:45 PM


The thing about wingnuts and moonbats is that they share a lot of the same beliefs, yet use those same beliefs to come to opposite conclusions.

8/10/2017 9:55:07 PM


I'm a het-partnered bisexual woman. I'm not a fan of the patriarchy, and I have no problem with lesbians (in fact, I find a large section of them attractive!). I dated a girl when I was in junior high, I fell head over heels in love with an afab friend of mine who turned out to be asexual and nonbinary, and eventually I met my husband (a demisexual bi guy who isn't particularly macho...if anybody's oppressed in our marriage, it's him :P) and fell in love with him. I'm not using him for the benefits of heterosexuality. Almost everyone in my peer group knows about my bisexuality anyway, I'm not hiding.

Does that break your brain?

8/10/2017 11:42:14 PM


Yep. Totally a threat to male power. This is why many males study them so closely. Totally not for any other reason. And what's this lesbian oppression you speak of? Is it the type that says women must be lesbians or they're traitors? Because that sounds rather oppressive.

8/11/2017 6:08:41 AM


What? How am I threatened by some women somewhere munching them carpets? You do you, ladies, I`ll stick with my man.

ps. For me it WAS a choice and I still chose a guy, deal with it, bitches!

8/11/2017 8:01:55 AM



8/11/2017 9:12:55 AM

The Crimson Ghost

This is just stupid.

You will not find a bigger opponent of the patriarchy than I, but I also know that not all men are like that. There are many men out there who find the patriarchy just as oppressive as most women do. Accusing straight women of serving "the oppressor" is ridiculous & counter productive. It creates rifts, does nothing to further the cause of equality & makes you look like a gibbering lunatic. Lesbians are no threat to me. Never were; never will be.

I didn't choose to love cock any more than you chose to eat pussy.

8/11/2017 10:29:26 AM

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